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Five additional hospitals in Lower Austria have now chosen MetaVision, a reflection of the successful implementations that have been undertaken in the region over the past two years. The implementations will be performed by BioMedica, iMDsoft’s partner in Austria.
The Südharz Klinikum in Nordhausen, Germany, has gone live with MetaVision in their first ICU.
The Region Hospital Center of Citadelle (CHR), a leading hospital in the Francophone region of Belgium, has chosen MetaVision for some one hundred beds in its general and neonatal ICUs. The hospital was impressed by existing MetaVision functionality and convinced that it most closely meets its needs.
iMDsoft’s partner IteMedical has already got the project underway, with installation expected in November and Go-Live before summer 2020.
Sana Klinikum Lichtenberg, Berlin, German, has gone live with MetaVision 6 in over 50 beds in its OR, ICU and IMC departments. The project represents an upgrade from MV5 to MV6. The hospital worked closely with Sana Klinikum Borna, which went live with iMDsoft’s system in November 2018, to optimize the process.
Laniado Hospital, Israel, has chosen MetaVision 6 for its NICU and monitored neonatal beds. The implementation will launch shortly in the hospital’s existing ward and will subsequently be transferred to a new facility that is currently being built.
CHUV, the University Hospital of Lausanne, one of five university hospitals in Switzerland and one of the first institutions to install MetaVision, has decided to upgrade to MetaVison 6 for their ICU, NICU, and PICU. The implementation process is set to kick off very soon, with a phased
Go Live achieving full go live for all three departments with a single database by Q1 2020.
The hospital’s Stroke Unit and Neurology ICU have now joined the cardio ICU and IMCs, which went live with iMDsoft’s flagship system in Q4 2018. An upgrade to MetaVision 6.11 is now planned prior to further rollouts later in 2019
Fundació Puigvert, Barcelona, Spain, one of Europe's leading centers for the provision of specialized medical care in urology, nephrology and andrology, will use the iMDsoft Spanish standard database for its upcoming implementation of MetaVision.
The project will be lead and managed by Conasa, iMDsoft's distributor in Spain.
Hong Kong Children’s Hospital (HKCH) will implement MetaVision throughout its acute care environment, with the first phase of a three-stage go-live scheduled in December 2018. The system consists of a single database covering Anaesthesiology and Preoperative Medicine, PICU and NICU of the Hospital.
HKCH strives to enhance clinical service quality, promote research, strengthen teaching and training, and provide children-centred and family-friendly services to create a better patient experience, while ensuring financial sustainability.
HKCH will serve as a tertiary referral center for complex, serious and uncommon paediatric cases requiring multidisciplinary management, providing diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation services for patients in need from birth to 18 years of age territory-wide (note: there is no accident and emergency department or general outpatient clinic in HKCH; all patient cases must be referred by registered doctors in public hospitals or the private sector).
iMDsoft’s system is now live throughout critical care at UHS, including GICU, Surgical High Dependency unit, Respiratory HDU, Cardiac Theatres, CICU, Neurosciences ICU, and the whole Neonatal Unit.
With MetaVision SafeTrack - iMDsoft’s mobile solution - active through most of the hospital, there is now a continuous clinical record for many patients, including observations and some fluid balance and warning scores.